She rose to prominence as tomboy mechanic Charlene Robinson on soap opera Neighbours in the 80s, before she dominated the music industry.
The musician, 52, looked radiant in navy co-ords as she spoke about her acting days while promoting her new album Disco, which could see her make history.
Nostalgic: Kylie Minogue joked her iconic Neighbours character ‘would probably have her own garage by now’ as she appeared on Tuesday’s edition of The One Show
When asked where she thinks Charlene would be now by presenter Alex Jones, the Spinning Around hitmaker said: ‘I’d like to think she’s got her own garage and has a team of mechanics working for her.’
The songstress played a leading role in the TV series from 1986 until 1988, before leading a successful singing career.
Elsewhere in the interview, the blonde shared her delight at being on track to become the first female solo artist to have a number one album over five successive decades – if Disco maintains its top position on the British charts by Friday.
An excited Kylie said: ‘I’m really glad I didn’t know that while I making the album. There’s excitement and nerves every time I release an album… but that would be incredible. Let’s see how we go.’
Beaming: The musician, 52, looked radiant in navy co-ords as she spoke about her acting days while promoting her new album Disco, which could see her make history
‘Let’s see how we go’: The Spinning Around hitmaker also shared her delight at being on track to become the first female solo artist to have a number one over five successive decades
Striking: The songwriter cut a typically glamorous figure in a cowl neck vest and matching trousers, decorated with sparkling patterns throughout
The songwriter cut a typically glamorous figure in a cowl neck vest and matching trousers, decorated with sparkling patterns throughout.
Australian beauty Kylie recently recalled the time she nearly recorded a song with Prince – who is widely regarded as one of the greatest musicians of his generation – something she calls ‘an almost dream come true!’
The pint-size singer explained how she wrote some lyrics at the Purple Rain hitmaker’s request, which he then turned into a song titled Baby Doll.
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In good company: Following the show, the producer posed alongside presenter Alex Jones, who held up her record with delight
‘Then I went to see his show, God, early 90s at Earl’s Court – RIP Earl’s Court – and got to meet him afterwards.
‘I don’t know where I plucked up the courage from, but I said, “Ah, I’m making an album.” I don’t know what I said. I have no idea. This is before phones and stuff.
‘I’m more gutsy than I kind of make out sometimes even to myself. Yeah. We just kind of hung out. I don’t even know what that means, but we hung out and he kind of put me on the spot a bit.
‘He was like, “So where are you lyrics?” I’m like, “I don’t…” “Where do you want your mic set up?” It was too weird and I must’ve seen him a couple… I wish I had, without phones, the memories, there’s just bits.’
Kylie went on to share how he then sent a cassette of a track which he created using her words, but her record label ‘weren’t into’ the idea of Prince possibly ‘doing it all’.
‘It was an almost dream come true!’ Australian beauty Kylie recently recalled the time she nearly recorded a song with Prince (pictured in 2007)